Leaving a dog at home is never an easy decision. It's even a tougher decision when you have to leave young puppies at home that still require lots of care and attention.
Faced with this challenge, some pet owners are opting to enrolling their pooches in puppy daycare facilities. Sounds like a brilliant idea?
Enter, the Puppy Spring. It's a doggy day-care facility in Gyeonggi-do, South Korea that looks after dogs aged 12 weeks and above. It’s perfect for dog owners who work full-time as they know that their precious pups will be happy and well-taken care of even when they’re not around.
The center is able to host upwards of 30 dogs a day, and just like any typical daycare facility, they also prepare a series of games and exercises planned for their pups in order to improve their obedience and sociability.
However, after all of these activities, the little critters are usually spent and need a full recharge. That means naptime!
“There are reservations for 30 dogs each day,” a Puppy Spring spokesperson told Bored Panda. “We also operate as a play center where children can come in to relax.”
“We get the pups napping from 2 pm to 3:30 pm. The cost of our services varies and depends on a few different factors, including the time dogs spend at the facility.”
When all the dogs are resting, the staff members get a chance to relax as well. But it usually ends up with them snapping a few pics of the resting furballs, I’m mean, who wouldn’t?!
The employees at Puppy Spring snap adorable pictures of napping puppies and share them on Instagram.
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